The formidable, lush mountains of Himachal Pradesh offer one of the best locations for undertaking Mountaineering and Rock Climbing. Naturally blessed with most picturesque landscapes, rugged terrains, verdant greenery and excellent weather, Mountaineering and Rock Climbing in Himachal Pradesh has charm of its own.
The activities of Mountaineering and Rock Climbing require considerable strength, stamina and mental endurance. With the permission from tourism board, mountaineers can enjoy this incredible activity which also full of great fun and thrill.
Mountaineering and Rock Climbing in Himachal Pradesh is best enjoyed at the Himalayan Ranges of Dhauladhar, Pir Panjal and Chandra Bhaga. Some of the significant rock climbing sites such as Palastu Peak, the Friendship Peak in Pir Panjal Range, Mount Deo Tibba, Beas Kund, Mount Hanuman Tibba, Shitidhar Mountain and Seven Sisters offer great adventure and scenic locations.
Adventurers endeavoring to acquaint themselves with some mountaineering skills can also enroll themselves at Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering and Allied Sports in either Manali or Dharamshala. The institute offer basic course for skiing and paragliding as well.
Mountaineering and Rock Climbing in Himachal Pradesh is as much challenging as it is incredible. The whole expedition full of great experiences which are worth cherishing. Thus, pack your bags and keep your adventure gear ready for one of the most memorable experiences is calling you to this exotic state.
|Mountain Peaks||Height||Best Time|
|Patalsu Peak (Manali)||4500 m||June to October|
|Shitidhar Mountain (Manali)||4600 m||June & September – October|
|Friendship Peak in the Pir Panjal||5289 m||July to Mid-October|
|Beas Kund||NA||May to October|
|Mount Hanuman Tibba||5932 m||May to October|
|Mount Deo Tibba||6001 m||June to Early October|
|Mount Ladakhi (Manali)||5345 m||June to September|
|Seven Sisters (Manali)||4500 m||June – November|